Albany Firefighters Museum

Albany, New York

our Museum

Our goal is to preserve the history and proud tradition of the fire service in the City of Albany.

A group led by active and retired Albany, NY Firefighters formed in 2014 to preserve the history of over 150 years of professional fire service protecting the City of Albany. The Albany Firefighters Musem is a completely independent and non-profit organization with the goals of showcasing Albany's firefighting past, increasing fire safety awareness and interest in firefighting. More....


Stu Eichel is an artist who paints landscapes that feature fire hydrants. The museum is proud to showcase his work from April 7 through May 31, 2024.

Stu was born in Brooklyn, raised in Detroit and served in the Korean War. Following the war, he went back to Brooklyn to go to school at the Pratt Institute and later the University of Tennessee's Fine Arts program. Mixed in between was his work in the advertising field and graphic design.

Open Sundays, 1 to 3 p.m. and by appointment. Adults: $5 fee, Children 12 and younger: free.

384 Broadway, Albany, NY 12207

Phone: (518) 977-2557


Follow us: Facebook, Instagram